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A New Jersey man faces up to 10 years in prison for stealing DuPont company trade secrets.

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A long-awaited sports facility officially opened in Frederica this month and is already booked solid with games and tournaments.

 

 


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Gas prices in the First State inched up some more last week.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average cost of a gallon of regular rose another penny over the past seven days – from $2.27 to $2.28.

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A decade after the housing bubble burst, home sales are buoyant with some parts of the First State experiencing the most exuberant spring in 40 years.


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The PJM Board voted Thursday to lift a suspension and move ahead with its contentious Artificial Island transmission line project.


   

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The pay gap between men and women in Delaware is one of the smallest in the nation. But it still accounts for billions of dollars of lost earning power every year.


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Delaware drivers are digging deeper into their wallets to fill up at the gas pump.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average cost of a gallon of regular jumped seven cents over the past seven days – from $2.20 to $2.27.

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Malls were once a shoping staple, but many are now struggling and forced to reimagine themselves.

In Delaware, the Concord Mall in North Wilmington and Dover Mall are among those that may need to make big changes to survive.

Contributor Eileen Dallabrida took a look at where those malls fit into the landscape.


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First State lawmakers continue their efforts to stall a costly Artificial Island energy transmission line project.

Gov. John Carney, the state’s General Assembly and its Congressional delegation are the latest to apply pressure on project manager PJM.

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Delaware’s battle over a costly Artificial Island energy transmission line continues.

 


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